Supersition Meadery’s new mead tasting place opens in downtown Phoenix

When Jeff and Jen Herbert bought the historic Jim Ong’s Market building on Washington Street around downtown Phoenix, sunlight filtered inside of by means of cracks in the purple brick partitions. 

The historic setting up was made in 1928 and once served as a grocery store for downtown Phoenix’s Chinese group. Most a short while ago, it was a dance studio just before sitting empty for yrs.

Now, one of Prescott’s most beloved and sought after ingesting places has moved in.

A brand new kitchen area has been fitted and will before long serve grilled octopus, Greek sesame pretzels, celery root gnocchi and Ukrainian cabbage rolls. But perhaps the most essential matter on the menu is the mead, and lots of it.

The Herberts very own Superstition Meadery, an award profitable producer of the historic honey wine primarily based in Prescott.